Digital product creation sits at the heart of every digital transformation strategy. This November, our free report will chart fashion's evolution from 3D to DPC, benchmark the industry, profile the technology vendors that matter, and come packed with exclusive editorial, opinion, and guidance.
Across eCommerce and the Metaverse, bold COVID-era visions are beginning to clash with the corporate and consumer squeeze.
To overcome uncertainty and capture new opportunities, nearly every role in fashion will be influenced by technology. We explore what this means for fashion professionals - in writing, and in person as part of a new live event partnership.
The digital life of fashion products currently ends at the point of sale. Connected products offer a way to capture the ongoing customer journey - and to captivate new audiences in completely new ways.
With experts unable to confirm how long crypto's collapse might last, will this sudden change affect the appetite among influential brands to invest in crypto payments?
In the pursuit of precise fit and personalisation, fashion is leaping from traditional product photography straight to 3D avatars and consumer body data capture. But are brands missing out on the chance to get the best of both worlds?
Fintech solutions can be easily categorised as either enabling easy consumption or challenging negative behaviours. But the truth is not so black and white.
Uncertainty is everywhere as retail reopens post-pandemic, and everything is open to re-evaluation. This workshop replay captures the retail recovery at a critical juncture.
When retail returns to full capacity, it will be operating in a changed world. What shoppers want from physical stores and online channels has evolved rapidly, and Rebecca Morter believes retailers need to catch up - and quickly.
With digital product creation now firmly established as a key strategy for many brands, the question is turning to what additional value can be unlocked from 3D assets beyond prototyping and sampling - and what pieces need to be put in place to enable that value to be realised.
In fashion's headlong rush forwards, the industry is failing to pay attention to its archival assets, and traditional 3D scanning won't solve the problem. But a different approach to creating digital twins could.
2020 has demonstrated that fashion retail cannot build its forecasting models on historical data alone, and unpredictability is set to become the new normal. Digitisation can help, but how?
Conversational commerce and automated chatbots could translate into better experiences for shoppers, and foster stronger loyalty - if they are executed right.
This year has been transformative for a lot of the fashion retail sector, but luxury has been both more exposed and better able to respond than other market segments. We spent some time with Ashley McDonnell to unpick why and how.